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    Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Given tonight I'm sitting at home watching movies ( so far I've watched The Princess Bride and X-Men: The Last Stand) I'd say my traditional new years eve celebrations are no more lol.

    I realised today, it's the first time in 23 years I've not gone out drinking on NYE and tomorrow I will wake up totally sober and without smoking for the first time in 22 years. I guess as you get older, you come up with new traditions. I'm still going to watch Can't Stop The Music on Channel 9 tonight though the year has to start with a bit of camptastic nonsense.

    My Grandmother used to say an old Irish blessing every New Years Eve. Funny I've not thought of it in the 7 years since she passed away. For some reason it popped into my head a little while ago. Maybe she sent it to me from wherever she and the rest of my family are partying tonight

    Anyway, here it is and may your 2014 be all you dream it to be.



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    May the sun shine warm upon your face,
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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Congrats on the smoking! That is a tough one to overcome

    I light candles and pray..pagan style...I light candles to let go of some things and release them...I light a candle for people I have lost...and for things I hope for...and for people who I love and respect in the hopes that they have health and happiness and reach their highest potential....

    It is a yearly ritual.

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    Drink alcohol by yourself is not a good idea.
    With other people is ok


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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Depends where I am, but I am typically game for First-Foot/first over the threshold at this time of year even if everyone in the south east is confused by it. Basically a stranger brings food that you won't go hungry, fuel that you won't go cold, and money that you won't go poor. Normally this is just whiskey so you won't go hungry, whiskey so you won't go cold and buckfast so you wont go poor. I am sure most of the Scots/Northerns will have done this, but probably more normally with a lump of coal for the cold....

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    The one tradition I like is to watch The Twilght Zone. When I lived at home, I'd just watch them on cable, on Syfy. But, even though the one TV I have is basically a video game machine and doesn't do actual television (over the air or cable), through the advent of YouTube, I can watch all of them for free.

    My favorites - most are from the old black-and-white series, but I do have a couple from the 80s version.
    The two 80s versions are as follows...
    >> The one where a housewife dealing with an abusive husband gets a birthday gift from her sister - a small black porcelain replica of a Doberman. Trouble is, when the husband starts mistreating her - out of nowhere comes a real-live Doberman who proves to be one hell of a guard dog.
    >> And the other about a down-on-his-luck, out-of-work trucker. He literally lands a job driving people in a hauler truck to hell. He ends up having a change of conscience after meeting some of the people there, and makes a jailbreak. Trekkie Nerd Alert - two major actors from the Star Trek universe actually guest star in this episode. It's a really great episode.

    From the black and white Twilight Zone...
    >> Of course, the first episode that started it all, "Where Is Everybody?" Earl Holliman was great in what was basically a one-man-show. It's a great experiment in what happens to the human mind when face with true, abject, complete loneliness.
    >> Charles Bronson and Samantha Montgomery were just wonderful in "Two" - they each play military officers in opposing sides to a world war, in which they are the last two living survivors. There's a bonus moment of comedic genius from Bronson in the scene where he eats a chicken drumstick, and then tosses it over his shoulder like, eh... /shrugs...
    >> "Twenty-Two" - Room for one more, honey! - Winner, winner, chicken dinner if you actually got that reference.

    So many good episodes to name - the woman with the department store mannequins, "An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge", the 4 Burgess Meredith episodes, "The Hitchhiker", "The Masks", "Five Characters In Search Of An Exit, "Jess-Belle", "Nightmare At 30,000 Feet" - one of William Shatner's episodes... Just so much great television and exemplary science-fiction storytelling...you don't see that caliber of depth and quality on any television show, regardless of genre, anymore.


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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    The last time I went out in my hometown for New Year evening it was so boring that I decided not repeating it anymore. So I'll have dinner with the family I'll eat the 12 grapes, I'll drink some sparky wine or cider with some christmas sweets while we watch any lame show in the TV and I'll go to bed early.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAnger View Post
    Depends where I am, but I am typically game for First-Foot/first over the threshold at this time of year even if everyone in the south east is confused by it. Basically a stranger brings food that you won't go hungry, fuel that you won't go cold, and money that you won't go poor. Normally this is just whiskey so you won't go hungry, whiskey so you won't go cold and buckfast so you wont go poor. I am sure most of the Scots/Northerns will have done this, but probably more normally with a lump of coal for the cold....
    Don't forget, the first-footer has to be a dark haired male. Still a huge tradition here, have a great one mate.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenstar View Post
    Given tonight I'm sitting at home watching movies ( so far I've watched The Princess Bride and X-Men: The Last Stand) I'd say my traditional new years eve celebrations are no more lol.

    I realised today, it's the first time in 23 years I've not gone out drinking on NYE and tomorrow I will wake up totally sober and without smoking for the first time in 22 years. I guess as you get older, you come up with new traditions. I'm still going to watch Can't Stop The Music on Channel 9 tonight though the year has to start with a bit of camptastic nonsense.

    My Grandmother used to say an old Irish blessing every New Years Eve. Funny I've not thought of it in the 7 years since she passed away. For some reason it popped into my head a little while ago. Maybe she sent it to me from wherever she and the rest of my family are partying tonight

    Anyway, here it is and may your 2014 be all you dream it to be.



    "May the road rise up to meet you,
    May the wind be always at your back.
    May the sun shine warm upon your face,
    and the rains fall soft upon your fields.
    And until we meet again,
    May God hold in you the palm of His hand."
    Happy New Year ravenstar! Sounds like a great new tradition!

    BTW, my grandparents had an old Irish blessing too: May you be in heaven a half hour before the Devil knows you're dead!
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    Usually go to the pub. In two minds this year. Maybe I'll party with myself, bought a bottle of Cava in case I do.

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    No, I don't. Hard to have a tradition when you very rarely plan for this day in the first place.
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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    No real traditions but I stay home...usually have friends over. Stopped going out years ago. New Years Eve is "amateur night". All the people who never go out all year are out there. Also, too many cops. Here in Florida the cops actually conduct surprise roadblocks on select roads, where everybody gets pulled over so they can see if you're been drinking. Besides that, nearly every bar or club has ridiculous cover charges (and drink prices) or they triple their usual cover charges and hand you a hat and noisemaker and you get a plastic cup of cheap champagne at midnight. I'll stay home with my friends. No hassles and a lot more fun.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Does getting drunk count as a tradition?

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Just partying with friends/neighbours... eating and drinking more than my stomach and liver can process and regretting doing so one the 1st when I wake up. My only ritual occurs in the morning of the 1st, as I drink my coffee I try and re-memorize all the nice people I met the previous year and have a thought for each of them. Happy New Year to everyone !

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    My sister-in-law, whose family is from Puerto Rico, believes that it is good luck to throw a kettle of water out the door at midnight. It is symbolic of throwing away the old baggage from the old year, and starting new.


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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by medic1 View Post
    Don't forget, the first-footer has to be a dark haired male. Still a huge tradition here, have a great one mate.
    Shit your right! If you get a fair haired guy its bad luck :O

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    My sister-in-law, whose family is from Puerto Rico, believes that it is good luck to throw a kettle of water out the door at midnight. It is symbolic of throwing away the old baggage from the old year, and starting new.
    I think that's an awesome tradition.

    I'm just going out to dinner with friends and then coming home to watch movies with them. I used to go to Nathans Philips Square when I was younger but I will it leave to the next generation to carry on the tradition.

    Happy New Year Ronboy and be safe.




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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    For many years there was a tradition that I would almost always be at a big party in Chicago. Usually a few dozen people there - the biggest, I think, was around 55 around perhaps 1984 or 1985 - but the wife died, the survivors downsized to a MUCH smaller place, and the tradition was over. The last one was four years ago.

    The first party I went to (at a smaller location, when the two weren't even married yet and it was HER party, in a third-floor flat above a Salvation Army store) was in 1978-becoming-1979, and there was a blizzard...

    This wasn't a gay party, by any means - other than who by chance happened to be gay. Nearly all of the people were blind, as that was the group of people involved.

    Nowadays, I rarely do anything special, because New Year's is actually a very rigorous time of year to be buried in work and other major activity, because there's a confluence of Christmas stuff, as well as the end of year stuff (and putting together my ANNUAL offering AS SOON AS POSSIBLE after Christmas) connected to being self-employed.
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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    In our house we had to open the back door to let the old year out, and then open the front door to let the new year in. Toasting the new year would follow.
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    It used to be I'd go outside every newyear at midnight & light off a few fireworks.
    Haven't done that in a couple years now.

    IDK. this year I might go down into the city & watch their 9pm fireworks show, since its not too freezing out (undecided at this point)

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    I think that's an awesome tradition.

    I'm just going out to dinner with friends and then coming home to watch movies with them. I used to go to Nathans Philips Square when I was younger but I will it leave to the next generation to carry on the tradition.

    Happy New Year Ronboy and be safe.
    Happy New Year to you too, PeTe.

    I'm home entertaining my Dad, brother, and sister in law.
    Dad and I had dinner together, and we're just waiting for them to arrive. Dad's watching "The New Karate Kid" right now, so I thought I would do some Jubbing while I am waiting.

    Going to watch the crystal ball drop from Times Square in New York in a little while...


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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    We usually throw a party, watch the countdown, and get drunk. Not exactly very classy I know. I will try to stay sober this year.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Firstly, I would like to say congratulations on not smoking! That's great to hear!!

    I don't really have any New Year's traditions of my own, however. In fact, I rarely make it to midnight anymore.

    I would like to wish you a Very Happy New Year, Ravenstar! I hope 2014 brings you the most wonderful of things.

    By the way, I love that blessing. It's quite beautiful.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Thank you hoplessromantic, same to you

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    I typically start rumors that Ryan Seacrest and Arraon Rodgers are going to fuck each other live on ABC when the ball drops.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    For many years there was a tradition that I would almost always be at a big party in Chicago. Usually a few dozen people there - the biggest, I think, was around 55 around perhaps 1984 or 1985 - but the wife died, the survivors downsized to a MUCH smaller place, and the tradition was over. The last one was four years ago.

    Nowadays, I rarely do anything special,
    My degree of observance, as well, tends to be inversely proportionate to what kind of year I've had (personally). If I am very happy to see the year go, I may even get drunk (if I'm at a party). If I had a great year, I might have a beer or two.

    I tended to get drunk at the parties fairly often in the early and mid-1990s. Not my favorite part of my life (though getting drunk outside of New Years was still, well, unknown.)

    If I'm "celebrating" at home, the closest I'm likely to be to "getting drunk" is perhaps having two beers, which isn't even close.

    Personally I've really "liked" my 2013 a lot, and this time I don't even have any alcoholic beverages in the house. Well, I take that back...some stuff that got gifted to me many years ago that I never opened, and a couple of two-or-three-years-old beers in the fridge which are probably flat by now.

    Anyway I'll probably watch the spectacular happening in Times Square and I'll see if WGN is carrying a Chicago celebration, but that's about it. I'm actually working all day today (at home) and it might go until very late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hopelessromantic88 View Post
    Firstly, I would like to say congratulations on not smoking! That's great to hear!!
    WHO stopped smoking? I didn't see the post!

    Anyway, congratulations to whoever posted that news, because no matter who it is, that is ALWAYS good news.
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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    Ahhhh...yeah, I'm going to see if there's a stream for WFMT, Chicago. I haven't heard their New Years celebration in YEARS. Having them on was always a staple of the aforementioned parties, until enough of the older people got replaced by younger and the background was no longer that "stodgy" folk, novelty, and comedy show.
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    Since 2011 on New Year's Eve I've watched my Aphrodite: Les Follies Tour Bluray DVD starting at 11pm. I like to have a few vodka lemonades and just relax in my room with Kylie.



    This is the third year I've done it, so I guess it's a tradition now.

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    Loved that show.

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    Me too, oh how I would have loved to see it live. The DVD was a Christmas presents, I watch it all the time.

    And I need a refill.

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    lol I saw it live at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Visually spectacular. I rather enjoyed it.

    Drink up cutie.

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    Re: Do you have any traditions for moving into the New Year?

    As the case the last several years, I did very little (also had to work till 7PM).

    I also did NOT attend the party (see below, click on little image to enlarge, I still haven't mastered how to make my attachments bigger since the upgrade).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenstar View Post
    lol I saw it live at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Visually spectacular. I rather enjoyed it.

    Drink up cutie.
    I am. It's officially 2014 in California!



    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

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